Jet Talk

Liability Concerns Shouldn’t Stop SMS
Kent S. Jackson | February 11, 2014

SMS is essentially a quality management approach to controlling risk. Corporate lawyers tend to obsess about potential liabilities associated with aircraft, so they should love SMS. Except that they don’t. Lawyers also fear records. They hate having information that can be subpoenaed, especially if there is no clear regulatory requirement to retain the records. Corporate […]

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Sharing Aircraft Under FAR Part 91
Kent S. Jackson | November 3, 2012

For U.S. Operators, charging someone for a ride in the company jet is a subject thick with claims and counterclaims, ignorance and outright bad behavior.  The arguments are old, but some of the consequences are new.  Today, the IRS may be more likely than the FAA to punish practitioners of any “Part 134 1/2”. Click […]

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